UPO Master: three scholarships for talented students
28 December 2021
Nucleco offers three scholarships for the 1st level Master "Environmental Manager for the management of decommissioning and radioactive waste in the health, industry and research sectors" (A.A. 2021/2022, 2nd Edition).
Nucleco is making available three scholarships for deserving graduates who will attend the 2nd Edition of the Master's Degree Course in "Environmental Manager for the management of decommissioning and radioactive waste in industry" at the Department of Health Sciences the University of Eastern Piedmont.
Those eligible to apply for the scholarship have obtained at least a three-year degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, and Physics, or in equivalent disciplines according to current university regulations.
The Selection Committee reserves the right to assess deserving candidates with a degree in disciplines other than those indicated above.
The application for admission to the scholarships is open to those having the qualifications indicated above, not yet enrolled in the Master's course, and unemployed or unemployable at the date of submission of the application. The application for admission must be submitted by 10 January 2022
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The Master aims at training future "environmental managers", professional figures combining technical-engineering, environmental and communication skills in the field of radioactive waste management in the medical and industrial areas.
At the end of the Master, Nucleco will offer the three winners of the scholarship an internship at its headquarters or at Sogin's premises, compatibly with the health emergency related to Covid-19, the regulatory provisions in force the ongoing activities.
The Master "Environmental Manager for the management of decommissioning and radioactive waste in the health, industrial and research sectors" will take place in the A.Y. 2021/2022, indicatively in the period between January 2022 and December 2022. In addition to the activities to be carried out in "distance learning" mode, the courses will take place at the Department of Health Sciences of the University of Eastern Piedmont and in other facilities made available by Sogin.